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Using QR Codes in the Classroom

If you've been paying attention to my office space lately, you'll see that I have these little barcodes on some signs that will take you to my website, email address, YouTube channel, etc. So, what the heck are they? Well, those are called QR codes.

Check out these two quick screencasts that walk you through how to use them. I have links to both sites at the bottom of this post to get you started.



Are you interested? Well, here is my screencast on just how to make those QR codes in the first place.


As always, if you have any questions, just let me know. Like what you see and put it in to action? Let me know! I'd love to see what you do with it.

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